SUBJECTIVE METHODS FOR ASSESSMENT OF DRIVER DROWSINESS

Alina Mashko

Abstract


The paper deals with the issue of fatigue and sleepiness behind the wheel, which for a long time has been of vital importance for the research in the area of driver-car interaction safety. Numerous experiments on car simulators with diverse measurements to observe human behavior have been performed at the laboratories of the faculty of the authors. The paper provides analysis and an overview and assessment of the subjective (self-rating and observer rating) methods for observation of driver behavior and the detection of critical behavior in sleep deprived drivers using the developed subjective rating scales.

Keywords


driver drowsiness, subjective methods, observer rated sleepiness

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ISSN 2336-5382 (Online)
Published by the Czech Technical University in Prague